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Jurgen Klinsmann is tasked with turning the U.S. Men's National Team into a winner that plays a eye-pleasing style of soccer. The U.S. head coach hopes to achieve this goal using methods he learned from Arsene Wenger, according to Arsenal.com. The former German international worked with Wenger when he played for French club Monaco from 1992-94. "I had a blast when I played for Monaco," he said. "I had two fantastic years with Arsène Wenger. We had a tremendous run in the Champions League when Arsène led us to the semi finals." Wenger was Monaco's manager during some of the...
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Jurgen Klinsmann's system is slowly setting in, but the fans deserve to see better.
It is time to see some results from Jurgen Klinsmann. Four months under the US Men’s National Team new head coach has had its ups and downs in order to develop in the German’s system. Although there have been brief flashes of greatness from some of Jurgen’s sides, most matches are full of...
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